The Winter Solstice on December 21 marks the longest night of the year and the start of winter. This is often celebrated by emphasizing light and love during the holidays by reuniting with friends and family. The energy of the New Moon, which falls on December 26, brings renewed energy to help set our intentions and commitments before the New Year. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, winter is the water element, cold, dark, deep, affecting the kidneys and urinary bladder, and it is associated with the color black. It relates to the emotions of fear or faith. This is considered to be yin time; the time to go within and nourish.
December 11 is the Cold Full Moon, time to realign with soul intentions and let go! Release your inhibitions, dive into the unknown, if not now, when? Committing to our highest good and focusing on healing energies of gratitude, appreciation, and wonder help to manifest infinite possibilities. With the early dark nights and cooler weather, this is the time of year when we innately want to hibernate. However, with the excitement of the holidays, it is best to monitor our energies to maintain health and wellbeing. At Wonderworks Healing Arts, we specialize in balancing body, mind, and spirit by restoring the nervous system, boosting the immune system, and revitalizing our.